It occurred to me that we’ve been doing quite a lot of talking about George Washington in this series—or more accurately, talking AROUND George, so I thought it would be a good time to stop and focus on the man himself, and delve into what made him so darn indispensable.
I didn’t exactly HAVE a George Washington episode, but I knew someone who did.
If you’ve been listening for a while, you know that I am a huge fan of the Drinks With Great Minds in History Podcast. The show is not only lots of fun to listen to, but the host, Mr. DGMH, otherwise known as Zach Debacco, has a historical insight that I truly admire. His approach to his great minds in history is unique, and he comes up with brilliant revelations about these historical figures that I had never before considered.
It's a great show, and if you aren’t already subscribed to it, you should be. If it helps, I can tell you that Drinks With Great Minds in History is the only history podcast that Mrs. History’s Trainwrecks listens to.
With all that that implies.
Thursday, January 12, 2023
Wednesday, January 4, 2023
Podcast Episode 57 - The Men Who Would Be Washington, Part VIII
Here I thought things would get better for General Charles Lee once he got loose from British captivity before the Battle of Monmouth Court House.
Nope. Because Charles just couldn't help himself.
We wrap up our story of Charles Lee, and talk about why he's such a great historical trainwreck.
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